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12th September 2015
Ten Square’s new owners plan hotel redevelopment: Planning application to refurbish Belfast city cen

Ten Square’s new owners plan hotel redevelopment: Planning application to refurbish Belfast city cen

Work is under way to redevelop Belfast city centre hotel Ten Square following a planning application by its soon-to-be new owners. Ten Square on Donegall Square, just behind City Hall, is an award-winning hotspot which was once owned by property developer John Miskelly. But his company lost control of the business in January when administrators […]
8th September 2015
Belfast Telegraph building is one of the most significant sites to come to market in a decade

Belfast Telegraph building is one of the most significant sites to come to market in a decade

Commercial property agents Lisney have been appointed to sell the historic Belfast Telegraph building on the city’s Royal Avenue. Declan Flynn, the managing director of Lisney in Northern Ireland, confirmed the building, and its one acre site, will be marketed for sale at the beginning of October. The 124 to 144 Royal Avenue location, next […]
27th August 2015
New hotel planned for Belfast city centre: 17-bedroom hotel on Bank Square next to Mourne Seafood

New hotel planned for Belfast city centre: 17-bedroom hotel on Bank Square next to Mourne Seafood

A NEW four-storey hotel in Belfast city centre will become the latest addition to the city’s burgeoning number of places to stay. The hotel at Bank Square will see millions ploughed into the four-floor ’boutique’ development, boasting 17 rooms and a ground floor restaurant. MM Developments is the team behind the build. Social Development Minister […]
19th May 2015
Belfast hotel and nightclub Dukes for sale for £3m

Belfast hotel and nightclub Dukes for sale for £3m

Belfast’s Dukes Hotel is going on the market with a price tag of  £3m, the Belfast Telegraph can reveal. The 33-bedroom hotel, bar and restaurant – which is now called Dukes at Queen’s – is located in the student heartland of south Belfast, just metres away from the university itself. It’s currently owned by hotelier […]
21st June 2011
Tree Management and Preservation

Tree Management and Preservation

Trees make an important contribution to the environment, creating a varied, interesting and attractive landscape. Tree Preservation Orders (TPOs) The Planning Service is responsible for making and enforcing Tree Preservation Orders (TPOs). TPOs may be used to protect trees, groups of trees or woodlands, which add to the character and appearance of an area. Why […]
21st June 2011
Property Ladder: Housing plan boost

Property Ladder: Housing plan boost

Housing experts have welcomed the government’s announcement this week to release unused public land to builders for development on a ‘buy now, pay later’ basis. The Public Expenditure Committee, a Cabinet Committee chaired by Francis Maude, will go through each department’s plans to make sure every possible site is made available for housebuilding. Alongside this, […]
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